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Lilt is building a machine translation business with humans at the core TechCrunch

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Feb 11, 2019 3:04 PM 1+ week ago

The ability to quickly and automatically translate anything you see using a web service is a powerful one, yet few expect much from it other than a tolerable version of a foreign article, menu, or street sign. Shouldn't this amazing tool be put to better use? It can be, and a company called Lilt is quietly doing so ? but crucially, it isn't even trying to leave the human element behind....Read more.

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